This week in Abington includes Primary Day, a goodbye for a Playground, and the start of the Green Wave athletic season
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WEEK AHEAD: School ends Thursday; Island Grove opens Saturday; summer camp signups ongoing
Abington's Week Ahead for June 20, 2022
WEEK AHEAD: Cheering this past weekend, Green Wave athletics teams; Title IX forum Wednesday; Fall AHS sports sign-ups ongoing; Grade 8 Field Trip info; meetign schedule
Abington's Week Ahead includes a Title IX forum, a state semifinals baseball game for the baseball team, and more
WEEK AHEAD: 40B hearing begins; Abington Is Lit tour continues; new police officers; Griffin’s Dairy, selectmen, parks, housing, finance, water, sewer, conservation, zoning boards to meet
Abington's Week Ahead features a 40B hearing, the Abington Is Lit tour, the welcoming of three new police officers, and meetings with the Griffin's Dairy, selectmen, parks, housing, finance, water, sewer, conservation, and zoning boards.
WEEK AHEAD: Summer Street paving; health, library, playground, open space, housing, finance committees to meet
Summer Street will be repaved, and the rest of Abington's Week Ahead
Leaks, not breaks; Sewer project also fixing dripping water pipes
A construction crew laying down a new sewer main in Summer Street uncovered a couple leaky water mains, so they're fixing them too
40B proposed for Summer Street site
A national developer is proposing to build a 236-unit affordable housing project on land next to the Abington commuter rail station.
Summer Street project developers withdraw
The proponents behind a 156-unit housing development off Summer Street suddenly withdrew the project Monday night following more than two hours of comments, questions, and criticisms from the public.
WEEK AHEAD: Summer St. hearing, Special Town Meeting, COVID-19 watch
An abbreviated Week Ahead looks at tonight's Summer Street Planning Board meeting, Tuesday's Special Town Meeting, and more.
Summer Street development hearing resumes Monday
Neighbors and proponents will get another chance Monday night to weigh in on a 156-unit apartment complex proposed for land next to the MBTA commuter rail station.
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